Anne M. Koenig, Ph.D.

Northwestern University, Evanston, IL 
gender, especially sex differences in similarities in leadership, prosocial behavior, aggression, partner preferences, and sociopolitical attitudes. The content of stereotypes. Social role theory as a theory of sex differences and simlarities and of the o
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Alice  H. Eagly grad student 2007 Northwestern
 (Testing and extending role congruity theory of prejudice.)
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Koenig AM, Eagly AH. (2014) Evidence for the social role theory of stereotype content: observations of groups' roles shape stereotypes. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology. 107: 371-92
Koenig AM, Eagly AH. (2014) Extending Role Congruity Theory of Prejudice to Men and Women With Sex-Typed Mental Illnesses Basic and Applied Social Psychology. 36: 70-82
Kahl JE, Koenig A, Smith R. (2013) Student Reactions to Public Safety Reports of Hate Crimes Journal of Interpersonal Violence. 28: 2713-2730
Koenig AM, Reyns NB. (2012) Assignments integrating psychology and environmental studies Ecopsychology. 4: 110-116
Koenig AM, Eagly AH, Mitchell AA, et al. (2011) Are leader stereotypes masculine? A meta-analysis of three research paradigms. Psychological Bulletin. 137: 616-42
Koenig AM, Richeson JA. (2010) The contextual endorsement of sexblind versus sexaware ideologies Social Psychology. 41: 186-191
Koenig AM, Cesario J, Molden DC, et al. (2009) Incidental experiences of regulatory fit and the processing of persuasive appeals. Personality & Social Psychology Bulletin. 35: 1342-55
Eagly AH, Koenig AM. (2008) Gender Prejudice: On the Risks of Occupying Incongruent Roles Beyond Common Sense: Psychological Science in the Courtroom. 63-81
Koenig AM, Eagly AH. (2005) Stereotype tyhreat in men on a test of social sensitivity Sex Roles. 52: 489-496
Eagly AH, Diekman AB, Johannesen-Schmidt MC, et al. (2004) Gender gaps in sociopolitical attitudes: a social psychological analysis. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology. 87: 796-816
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